The latest news on education policy
Some states consider scrapping one-size-fits-all high school graduation requirements.
Parents should understand what reversing course on the new standards will mean for their students.
Promoting early childhood education allows policymakers to appear as if they are working to improve educational outcomes, but we need more evidence these programs work.
Bringing knowledge to the public--not restricting it--should be the central mission of academia.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Students with disabilities must be given a fair shot to play on a traditional sports team or have their own leagues, the Education Department says.
Evangelical support of the practice remains strong.
Inflexible unions keep kids in bad schools, Jindal says.
Colleges shouldn't make science and technology majors more attractive to students than the liberal arts.
Kentucky Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday discusses the state's new education standards.
Several districts woo students with pizza and prizes to boost enrollment on count day.